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IL-26 AMPs up the TH17 arsenal

Nature Immunology volume 16, pages 897898 (2015) | Download Citation

A previously unknown function for TH17 cell–derived IL-26 as a direct antimicrobial agent and activator of DNA-sensing innate immunity is now reported.

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  1. Jacob S. Lee and Daniel J. Cua are with Merck Research Laboratory Palo Alto, Pathways of Inflammation, Palo Alto, California, USA.

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